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|Title:||Liverpool Women’s Health Centre Young Women’s Healthy Relationships Project Evaluation Report (No. 1)|
violence against women
|Publisher:||Liverpool Women’s Health Centre|
|Citation:||Rawsthorne, M. and Hoffman, S. (2007). Liverpool Women’s Health Centre Young Women’s Healthy Relationships Project Evaluation Report (No. 1), Sydney: Liverpool Women’s Health Centre|
|Description:||This document reports on the findings of three elements of the evaluation of the WEEO WISER Peer Education program: pre and post self administered questionnaires; a focus group with Peer Educators; and, a focus group with Key Stakeholders.|
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|Type of Work:||Other|
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